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. anthony? >> i agree with reverend bobby that i also feel that like the title of my sermon, ser ruer recollection leads to resurrection and i feel that the resurrection of our lord and savior jesus christ, it was about change and progressing and moving feared and i feel that's where we should be. whether than marking a begin okay change with the new year, it should start with the nee resurrection year and each year we should be moving forward in change, letting some things that maybe held us become and handcuffed us and in a spiritually unhealthy way, letting those things die and moving forward in a good spiritual way. >> i aappreciate both of you comments. >> how was it for you on that day? so what was your celebration like on that day of easter? >> the celebration was awesome. i mean, this -- the excitement that we had, we baptized 12 people. >> 1. >> on easter sunday or resurrection sunday and we had such a great time celebrating and these were all young people many of whom -- we had a couple of adults, but the majority jeer young people who made this decision for themselves. they
-- >> we're going to teach people something open our program. and bobbie will show you the best way to get the best fake tan because a lot of people don't like to be out in the sun and we actually -- >> you don't understand people like that, do you? >> i don't get them and i don't like them. i think because we haven't had much sun, it is very, very appropriate. >> okeydoke. so much more. this is interesting. i guess it is good news, bad news, depending who you are. time.com is reporting -- this is not a surprise to me. men in my house, seems like maybe it is the same here, men find women more attractive with less makeup on. >> yeah, they don't like all the shellacking, all of the -- this is actually -- this was scientific. came from bangor university and aberdeen university. >> how do they get together? >> i don't know. but they photographed women with lots of makeup, and some with little, and they asked them what they liked. and the guys liked less. you know what, i sort of get that, don't you? there is just such heavy, everything is heavy and everything starts to smear. have you gone in
friend bobby winston he is one of our cities major enclosures before we started the small property owner he was the founder and producer the shakespeare festive value and today, i'm recognizing him always the owner of bay crossing it is one the flagships and ferry building prout transmit information and consumer support to over one hundred and 25 thousand visitors and locals every year. they've helped to feature articles of interest on the san francisco bay area for the mar time issues of interests we get to experience in the bay. in addition to the business bay crossing and bobby's folks are involved in the local community. last year they took the lead no installing the beloved sign at the ferry building this is for deputies and children to see what the ferry building was and is in the 21st century. colleagues a few years ago the legislation was to build courts near the ferry buildings working in papering with the force.com and the rec and park department bobby and others took it upon themselves to launch an incredibly popular botch i didn't league in the plaza. there's been 40 teams co
.com. >> bobbie thomas will quench your summer thirst. >> and jack is back. why don't they want his former lover to find out. >> kim raver will tell us about reprising her role on "24" right after this. do you have something for pain? i have bayer aspirin. i'm not having a heart attack, it's my back. i mean bayer back & body. it works great for pain. bayer back & body provides effective relief for your tough pain. better? yeah...thanks for the tip! i cthis year aloneore places offi hit new york...ist. and texas! see, hotwire checks the competition's rates every day... so they can guarantee their low hotel prices. ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e ♪ hotwire.com socan go a long way. rt that's why there's resolve stain remover. it's designed to remove lots of messes on lots of fabrics. resolve. for stains on your carpet and even those above it. >>> she starred in "lipstick jungle" and "grey's anatomy." >> but many know her as jack bauer's love interest in "24." but when we last saw her, she was in a catatonic state after being kidnapped and tortured. >> she's now alive and well. on the next episode of "24," her
talked to bobby. i was probably lying about that. last night or the night before, i said, no, i talked to bobby. i indicate to my help, i talked to bobby, indicating i had no idea. it got a laugh. you are constantly allowing it to stay alive. i don't want to to set in concrete. no matter what happens or audience you have, you are doing the same performance. the same words -- but there is a different feeling to it. >> doesn't matter how you felt? sometimes people talk about how actors might give a different performance because they are feeling different. >> i think it is important to be honest about that. if you are not feeling well, you may have to augment your natural performance and play it under, hopefully with the same intensity or intention, but maybe not with the same volume or energy. >> what does the audience do for you? >> it is wonderful to be able to feel the immediate response. even subtle gasps, push backs in their seat. you can feel it. sometimes they go for the jugular, as lyndon would. >> he could sense blood in the water. if you were weak, he had you. >> he fed into th
have and get next year and the year after. >> thanks bobby and for your hard work it it concludes our speakers so. anyone any public comment on that item? please step forward everyone will have 2 minutes >> my name is ann dra drew yep the chinese for american citizens and the answer there is no answer frankly speaking no solution final solution forbid the homeless issue for the people with disabilities e.r. the veteran or the seniors the best testimony search warrant is for the mayor and the supervisors just to resolve the problem building a massive building that can accommodate all those folks just try our best. thank you >> thank you very much. next speaker. . i have cards dr. espanola jackson and (calling names) >> thank you. my name is michael i'm the director of plowshares and want to appreciate take the opportunity to speak i want to resist the temptation to brag about a what we're doing we're doing a lot but being part of the community we don't do it alone but i'll you say our impact we've been around since 1974 but we're a veteran's rights organization and most recently ope
affairs i want to invite bobby and thank you for being here and thank you for meeting with me beforehand and your work the floor is yours >> did you found out find out that question about your father what year. >> he did i'm blanking on the year he had a big smile on his phase my father as a veteran was laid up in traction around vietnam i'll get that to you. >> i wanted to see who was his social worker. i'm bobby the transition coordinator my territory i coordinator for northern nevada and to bakersfield and the fun part hawaii and guatemala so we have a small territory so when i start out by saying thank you to all the folks here it's a great team effort i say that because i go to a lot of community cares around the country we're lucky we we have a partnership. i don't know if you know that but the va has been in the homeless business since 1987 and san francisco was one of the first sites there was about thirty everything we do in the va is a pilot project so in 1987 we hired folks to see about the vets and in our year we had our first contract of social serves michael and i have b
in traction around vietnam i'll get that to you. >> i wanted to see who was his social worker. i'm bobby the transition coordinator my territory i coordinator for northern nevada and to bakersfield and the fun part hawaii and guatemala so we have a small territory so when i start out by saying thank you to all the folks here it's a great team effort i say that because i go to a lot of community cares around the country we're lucky we we have a partnership. i don't know if you know that but the va has been in the homeless business since 1987 and san francisco was one of the first sites there was about thirty everything we do in the va is a pilot project so in 1987 we hired folks to see about the vets and in our year we had our first contract of social serves michael and i have been doing this awhile. when we first started to keep track of vets it was 2 hundred and 50 thousand. the number now is down to 57 thousand 8 hundred and 49 in 2013 still way over it should be zero. at the stated in november of 2009 secretary that announced a competitive plan no veteran should remain on the streets.
] >> jam packed show tonight including governor bobby jindal. the chairman and that's not all because phil robertson will join us for an exclusive interview. he addressed the conference, brought the house down, can't miss that. one on one just minutes away. we hope you'll stay with us. kicking off things for us tonight is our surprise guest speaker, the one and only former alaska governor sarah palin. governor, good to see you. how are you? [ cheers ] >> thank you. >> we got a lot going on right now. i know how much the issue of the veterans issues matter. president has given three speeches in three days on the military, and i don't get the sense of urgency, where is the 1800 number to say you're a vet and need help. do you feel a lack of urgency? >> i think there is a lack of understanding on our commander in chief part. what the mission of the military is and why it is that we owe gratitude that's manifested in benefits paid to those who already earned them when it comes to what our military is all about and you know, that was really evident in his speech the other day to the cadets at w
, and everyone said "you all sound good." these are the guys. they are on the right. jackson next to him, bobby smith, billy henderson and myself on the end on the left side. at that time our name was domingos, and bobby came up with spinners, from a cadillac hub cap. we knew we weren't going to college. we made a pact that we would take this and make up a career out of it. if we make it, we make it. [ singing ] >> they came up with a song "that's what girls are made for", it went to top 40. mo town for us was a very, very good college. they taught you how to use a microphone, they taught you how to sit on a stool, they taught you everything. >> the spinners album - this is the first album on atlantic records. they released the first record. a disc jockey in buffalo new york turned the record over and played "i would be around." that record took off. it was so, so fast. it sold so fast. [ singing ] >> we kept on doing it. it was five or so records. this was the star on the hollywood walk of fame. we were the second black group to get a star. the first was the mills brothers. we tested it at the
of the 2014 commencement speeches from around the country. we will hear from governor bobby governor louisiana, patrick of massachusetts, and representative messer of indiana. earlier this month, louisiana governor bobby jindal gave the commencement address at liberty university. the republican governor explained his conversion to christianity as he addressed an audience of 40,000 people at the g, virginia campus. this is 30 minutes. [applause] >> thank you for that very generous introduction. congratulations to the class of 2014. let's give them another round of applause for this wonderful congressman. [applause] -- this wonderful accomplishment. [applause] i have got to warn you in advance i have done a number of these graduations. you will bear with your parents today. you might witness them shedding a tear or two. when you see that come you might think they are replaying the years in their minds. you might think a remember when he first learned how to ride a bike when you took your first steps. you think they will be wondering where all those years have gone by. but you would be wrong abou
the story of bobby henline. he suffered burns on 40% of his body when he was by an ied. >> in those years, bobby discovered a talent. he can find the comedy if his wounds. his humor could break the tension people felt when they met him. now telling jokes is bobby's calling. >> he's known as the well done comedian. >> i am a wounded warrior. i was in the army. i did four tours in iraq. thank you. got to say like most soldiers, i love my job. had a great time, but seriously folks that last tour was a real blast. >> wes moore, welcome. >> thank you. great to be here. >> we meet throughout the source of these documentary films a number of veterans and their families. how did you decide who to chose and what stories did you decide to tell? >> the two things i wanted to find is one, were they willing to be transparent. were they willing to let us into their lives during the good times and the bad times because we really wanted to give a fair understanding to the audience of what this transition is like. we wanted people that were willing to be open and honest. the second big thing we were looki
which could have been saved. i knew that bobby bobby fighter its members and our business is done with a pretty full chain and it is a good guy the operation began in the western province of babylon staff. mendes to rescue said the attack by that i live on in about a song written for them friday this is the first major strike by the sentence but vowed to disrupt the president of the roots of the best donations getting off of the runoff election yet i happened to me don't trust enough to suicide car bomb lead to kidney to his explosives at the checkpoint is simply not have guns but she said eighty five miles from that in . the skin into its exclusive stations and six construction workers that the need to get ministry official said. he had this to our team said it meets the ocean. i've gone back to the un spokesperson said the lead on the docket in palm beach had all attended the opening sentence in the journey to the piece was like she is a promise from without the antitrust lawsuits. this was it was deadly strike but the incidence of ninety six and commissioned into the office to
to ask the poor veterans because our money is good and i believe bobby roman field can help to establish that for conveniences so we don't have to be back on the streets and go through the shells. i also oppose is negative stigma of veterans{mentally unstable we're stable >> thank you very much. >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> good morning members i'm dale i'm a member of the city of san francisco corresponding board but this morning i'm here hasn't to represent the formerly homeless and veterans. sometimes, i feel that the homeless situation in san francisco is becoming an industry much like our prisons have become industry where the online only people with benefits are the people running the program i'm going to stop that from happening we're homeless veterans when you ask us to go fight four for our country when we slept and he didn't don't play with us. we couldn't find room let's house our prisoners from another county we don't have room for our homeless in the city you don't fit we've got a size 9 foot into a size 7 shoe why can't he hours our veterans i'm a homeless vett
in washington is timid. by that i mean, i'm looking at bobby jindal who is coming up next and rick scott and governor perry and kasich and walker. all these guys are doing great jobs as conservative governors. where's the vision that if the republicans get power, they're going to do certain things? i don't hear them articulating what conservativism is. do you feel the same way? >> they need to get out here with the real people who are working hard for this country. they need to stay connected with the people. governors, mayors, just your normal average citizen is able to do that. the big wig politicians in washington, d.c. evidently feel they're a bit above the rest of us and they do become isolated from what the wisdom of the people is. >> i think the republicans in washington think they're going to coast into reelection because obamacare is a disaster. we now learned that the first quarter growth is negative 1%. we might be back in a recession. what i would prefer is a more inspiring vision. i have five things on my list. i want to balance the budget, health care savings accounts, dril
. >> if you want to submit your baby, go to klgandhoda.com. >>> bobbie thomas is getting ready to polish you up on products for your nails. >> i know how you like that. >>> and what will be the summer's biggest blockbusters? we have your ticket coming up right after this. hey, this is where we grow the mustard seed that makes french's yellow mustard. 100% natural from me to you. with 40% more free, there's more to love. french's. naturally amazing. take them on the way you always have. live healthy and take one a day men's 50+. a complete multivitamin with 7 antioxidants to support cell health. age? who cares. the arteries of your dishwasher arwith grease and lime scale. use finish dishwasher cleaner every month to keep your machine in sparkling health. for shining results. finish dishwasher cleaner. >>> from action and adventure to love and laughter this season, movie season for summer has snuck up on us, grab your popcorn and hold on to your seat. >> here with the preview is the host of weekend ticket on fandango, dave carter. >> hi, dave. >> great to see you. >> is it going to be a wow ki
economic analysis." that is this morning from cnn.com. steve, good morning. actually, we are going to bobby first, from urbana, illinois. as far as the war on drugs, the police are always looking for drug offenders in the black neighborhood, but they never go into the white neighborhoods. there is like zero affect. want to have a war on drugs? go ahead and have -- there is a friend of mine that i know personally, they got them on a felony. he could not even get a job. for over a year he tried to get a job. he could not get a job because he had a felony. every job application, they always look at the person's record. deny him a job. this is not fair. the war on drugs is not working, it has never worked. it is a war on black people. the call.k you for agree or disagree? have we lost the war touch and mark that is our question this morning. steve, oklahoma, independent line, thank you for waiting. morning.ood i disagree with bobby. he is making it a race issue. what is going to happen? is this the job, slinging dope? what will happen when they legalize it? according to bobby, that is the only
don't have jurisdiction, we have a jurisdictional problem. >> no, i talked to bobby about that and he said we have got the lindbergh statute on our side. >> well, it occurred to me, i was probably lying about that too, so last night or the night before i just said no, i talked to bobby about that and i indicated to my walter jenkins, i go no, i talked to bobby about that, indicating i have no idea what i talked to him about if i did, and it just got a laugh so -- >> rose: so this is a great -- >> yes. you are constantly allowing it to stay alive, you know. i don't think i ever really want it to set in concrete to where no matter what happens, no matter what audience you have at any given time you are doing the same performance night after night. with the same words but a different feeling to it. sometimes people talk about actors may give a different performance because they are feeling different that night. >> very true. yes. i mean, i think it is important to be honest about that and if you are not feeling well, you may have to augment your natural performance and maybe play it und
beautiful. thank you for coming. >> thank you, dale, for all you do. >> oh! >> coming up, bobbie is here with the latest must haves. >> all after this. do you have something for pain? i have bayer aspirin. i'm not having a heart attack, it's my back. i mean bayer back & body. it works great for pain. bayer back & body provides effective relief for your tough pain. better? yeah...thanks for the tip! cold wind, and pollution can make all skin sensitive. that's why simple cleansing wipes are made to be kind. tough on makeup, gentle on skin. simple. the sensitive skin experts. jim's hair is perfect. so's his serve, and his mandarin [speaking mandarin] xieúxieú, hou chiú but like up to 90% of americans, jim falls short in getting important nutrients from food alone. making jim more like us. add one a day multivitamins, rich in key nutrients you may need. >>> we're back with more of "today." and -- that is bobbie's dog. she was animated by the "my talking pet" app. which is just one of the pet picks that bobbie thomas has for us today. >> my talking pet, 99 cents, upload a picture of your p
julia childs, without bobby, without the integration of the food network, we wouldn't be here. tv has done a great part of bringing it be on the foodies. tv and online experience have merged. the regular person today can connect with chefs in different way. >> they love food and they are accessible. they are more user-friendly. i can re-create marcus' recipe at home. i'm inspired by marcus. i aspire to be that chef cooking at home for a dinner party. >> do you let him get a table at the red rooster? >> every now and again. >> you are more than one restaurant. what which you like to do next? >> for me, it is about changing dining and making food affordable and accessible. including urban america. it can be done through food festivals, through farmers markets. as a chef, i'm lucky enough to communicate with people every month, i want to give them confidence in something they can relate to. not just people with a lot of money. but the everyday person. on the happiest when the bus driver, the schoolteacher is in red rooster with a celebrity or politician or musician. that is a more democ
killings in 2013 alone. that's just last year alone. so where's the outrage toward pakistan? bobby ghosh is with "time" magazine. and irshad manji is the author of "allah liberty and love." most westerners, i'm not going to say they're better morally than people in the east. but on this point, they can't imagine stoning their daughter with bricks and having her brother hold her in a noose while the rest of the family destroyed her face and killed her because she disagreed with their marital decision. not even a case of what you even call a moral issue. not even something you could imagine putting turpitude attached to it. simply ritual rule of the male over the female. >> yeah. and you know, it's not just americans or non-muslims who cannot conceive of something like this. i as a muslim am outraged. and it is unconscionable, chris -- >> is this islamic law or is it tribal rule? >> it is tribal rule. it is tribal rule. look, i'm a muslim. i know that there is nothing, absolutely nothing in the koran about stoning women. i also have half my family who comes from the border of india and pak
it is today. louisiana governor bobby jindal. >> i'm tired of those saying that they're for tolerance. they're for diversity and they are, unless you happen to disagree with them. let's be very clear about this. the left wants to silence anybody that has a different view and a different perspective. >> how fitting then, that jindal was followed by a man who has made headlines for his own spectacularly unique brand of intolerance and ignorance. a man who last year compared homosexuality to beastality and wondered allowed whether african-americans were happier preentitlement, prewelfare in the good old days of jim crow. "duck dynasty" star phil robertson. >> i guess the gop may be more desperate than i thought to call somebody like me. >> indeed! the gop may be more desperate than we all thought. we have the editorial director at huffington post, howard fineman. howard, why is donald trump taking the stage at a republican leadership conference? >> well, because he's there. he's got his hair. he's got his future. he's got his presidential candidacy in his own mind. he's got money. and he's, i
to be a policeman buddies only working part-time and can't afford the thousand pound bobby taxing each day to apply to join the met. his mom and dad are foster cares and they would like to give it to him if they had. is -- if my constituent is people of passing the fitness and test requirements of the police why should his bank balance stop him? went to become a metropolitan police officer become an aspiration for the few rather than the many? >> the honorable lady is as questions about what she calls a bobby taxing let me make three points. it is not a tax. secondly, it is not a barrier to recruitment and thirdly recruitment is taking place in the metropolitan police. that is what's happening. we are seeing people being recruited. as is happening members who want to join the metropolitan police are able to get assistance with this qualification that they now require. >> mr. speaker, last week -- [inaudible] here in your apartment last night young scholars painted the scene from shakespeare's work. mr. speaker, could this right honorable man, the captain of our state, make our national -- [inaudibl
.m. here on c-span. we will start with addresses from louisiana governor bobby jindal, deval patrick thomas luke messer, and georgia senator johnny isakson. tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern. with graduation season upon us, we are asking the question, what's your advice to this year's graduates? greg says save your money. stay at home and wait until you are ready to have a family. not what you know but who you know. leave your advice on facebook.com/c-span. >> if we don't step up the enforcement side, the enforcement side brings the media attention. on isly thing we can rely to make these universities and colleges do what they should be doing is for them to get a bad story, first of all, that a lot of the dems. that, to me, would be a depressing conclusion. we've got to figure out some way short of another tragedy hitting the front pages. >> again, i think the changes i have seen that institution start to make our when they are immediately under investigation. we don't know what the fines will be yet. i would almost rather see that investment in that. >> the fines will be paying for this. we hav
be pushy about it. >> thank you both for your time. >>> coming up -- louisianan governor bobby jindal hones his resume only as a republican with presidential aspirations can, appearing on "duck dynasty" next. ameriprise asked people a simple question: can you keep your lifestyle in retirement? i don't want to think about the alternative. i don't even know how to answer that. i mean, no one knows how long their money is going to last. i try not to worry, but you worry. what happens when your paychecks stop? because everyone has retirement questions. ameriprise created the exclusive confident retirement approach. to get the real answers you need. start building your confident retirement today. to prove to you that aleve is the better choice for him, he's agreed to give it up. that's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with him all day as he goes back to taking tylenol. i was okay, but after lunch my knee started to hurt again. and now i've got to take more pills. ♪ yup. another pill stop. can i get my aleve back yet? ♪ for my pain, i want my aleve. ♪ [ male announcer ] look for the easy-
: then one of the dogs went after jeff wax's wife carolyn. >> one grabs bobbie and the other went after her. she tried to save him and the other was biting her legs. >> reporter: she needed stitches on her face, leg, and possibly has a broken toe. they captured one dog and pinned the other down in frank powell's backyard. >> they hit him with the tazer. >> reporter: and tensions boiled over. >> my wife was just coming out the front door to walk the dog, and they attacked her and the dogs. >> reporter: in brentwood, andria borba, kpix5. >> both brentwood dogs will be held for a ten day rabies quarantine. >>> another day of record heat, but that is about to change, huh? >> it is going to change. cool down is coming, not after another day in record heat in oakland. san rafael, a record high. concord, 93 degrees. livermore, the hot spot. even the coast was pretty warm today. pacifica 84, san francisco, six six degrees cooler. we had an offshore wind. we say good-bye mini heat wave, cooler weather is coming. we will talk about how cool coming up in a few minutes. >>> tonight, the city of livermo
clippers, bobby reports we hear from both donald and shelly and then the ramp was made public. >> another chance. >> after weeks of only hearing his voice on explosive tape recordings, for the first time, we hear donald sterling's take on the scandal that left to his lifetime ban from the nba. he sat down with anderson cooper. >> there's people who decide my fate. i think our -- not the media and not the player's union, but the nba. >> in the interview, sterling asks for forgiveness and insists he's not a racist since the league said they plan to force sterling to sell the clippers. speculation swirled that he would consider taking legal action against the nba, potentially tying things up in court for years. he didn't seem interested in that route. >> >> the end of the road, what i do benefit, especially if they fight with me and i spend millions and they spend millions, let's say i win or they win. i don't know if that's important. >> reporter: in an interview with abc's barbara walters, shelly, his wife, made it clear she'll fight to what she said is the 50% ownership of the clippers, n
be a mistake to think this is an oregon phenomenon. >> reporter: dr. bobby webber has studied family dynamics for years. she says finding affordable quality child care is a constant scramble. >> this isn't a land of equal opportunity if by age five your trajectory is already set. and the evidence is if you come to kindergarten not ready, you don't catch up. >> reporter: some say the government needs to do more. >> our public education system is paid for by taxpayers, and we have done very little to look at how we can help pay for child care through our tax dollars. >> reporter: at this child care center, the boss doesn't like the college comparison, citing different funding sources, regulatory requirements, and costs. >> no. no. no one is getting rich here. we go month -- year to year on just making our budget. >> reporter: back home bill and rafaela don't like the comparison either. >> we're still dealing with our own college costs. >> reporter: and college savings for the kids? that will have to wait until the day care bills are done. >> reporter: remember the nina, the penta, the santa mar
and your efforts and bobby and for the advocacy but we need to stay at this in a big way. with that, i will propose ending did hearing colleagues a motion to file number one. there's a second can we take that without objection? madam clerk items it through 4 >> appropriating the estimate expenditures for a selected departments of the city for may 2014 item 3 the salary for the positions in the proposed appropriation for the departments in fiscal years 2015- 2016 and number 4 the mayors proposed budget for the international airport and the transportations agency port public library and public utilities commission for the fiscal year 2014-2015 and 2015- 2016. >> okay. thanks so we have 3 of our commissions i'm sorry different departments up. is the director here >> okay. if not we'll skip on director reiskin i don't see him either. do you want to wait a minute for the director. okay. why don't we wait we have mr. kelly here why not start with the puc. >> so thank you and good morning, chair farrell and supervisor avalos, supervisor breed and supervisor wiener. take the opportunity
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